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: Miss L. F. RAMSEY

' Village Gossip '

: THE WIRELESS ORCHESTRA

Conducted by Capt. W. A. FFATHERSTONE
RICHARD ARSCOTT (Pianoforte)

Contributors

Conducted By: Capt. W. A. Ffatherstone

: ORCHESTRAL Music

relayed from tho Grand
Super Cinema, Westbourne. Musical Director, Isadoro Godowski

Contributors

Director: Isadoro Godowski

: Programme

S.B. front London

: DANCES OLD AND NEW

THE WIRELESS ORCHESTRA, conducted by Capt. W. A. FEATHERSTONE

Contributors

Unknown: W. A. Featherstone

: 'THE SWEEP'

A Play in Two Scenes by A. W. BIRD
CONSCIENCE makes cowards of us all, but sometimes, when conscience impels us to right a wrong, cowardice becomes near akin to virtue. Thus it is with Edward Broadbent , the well-to-do business man. This play shows how ho is faced with a choice between two lines of conduct-silence and material comfort, or confession and penury Cast :

Contributors

Unknown: Edward Broadbent

: A Vocal Interlude

WINIFRED ASCOTT (Soprano); PHILIP TAYLOR (Baritone); CHARLES LEESON (At the Piano)
LIZA LEHMANN was one of the comparatively few British women who were known as composers in the 'eighties and 'nineties. She was the first woman to be commissioned to write a musical comedy - Sergeant Brue, which many listeners will remember.
She is perhaps best known by her Song Cycles, of which In a Persian Garden is a first favourite. The two songs now to be sung, from another of these Cycles, are thoroughly typical of her graceful talent.
Baritone : Keepsake Mill
Soprano : If No One Ever Marries Me
Baritone : Little Molly Mary
Soprano : Little Pink Bonnet
Duet: Rose and the Nightingale
Baritone : The Mountain und the Squirrel
Soprano : Fickle Fortune
Duet : The Frog's Lament

Contributors

Soprano: Winifred Ascott
Soprano: Philip Taylor
Baritone: Charles Leeson

: Programme

S.B. from London








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